October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

If you didn’t know this already, October is domestic violence awareness month. I myself left an emotional, verbal, psychological and financially abusive relationship back in late 2014. Today, I try to spread awareness in hopes to help others leave such kind of relationships. In light of it being October and to spread awareness, I designedContinue reading “October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month”

Seasonal Poetry: Perfect Christmas

PERFECT CHRISTMAS Upon this Christmas night, a young girl sat under the midnight stars, Dreaming and wishing, upon the one that seemed to twinkle so bright. She wished for a Christmas that was perfect…. just right. For this year had been long, full of twists and turns, A few heartaches, and even some burns… InContinue reading “Seasonal Poetry: Perfect Christmas”

Spoken Poetry Reading: Visitor of the Night

Sometimes, poetry can tell stories, like this piece. And sometimes…they can be a bit scary, or perhaps…mysterious. Get ready for a short thrill from my narrative poem that I wrote titled, “Visitor of the Night.” Follow along with the poem below as you listen… https://anchor.fm/ariana-r-cherry/episodes/Story-Telling-Spoken-Poetry-Visitor-of-the-Night-e4671f Visitor of the Night Within hours after midnight, a storm arose from theContinue reading “Spoken Poetry Reading: Visitor of the Night”

Author News: Only If : part 2 – “processing…”

Michael, ignoring my question, pulled me down to the open seat. “Now, miss Clara, sit. Rest. You must be worn from caring for Agatha. Tell me, lovely…all the demons that haunt your mind. I know…that kiss was not just by accident.” …. *********************************************************** Clara is squirming as she tells me her story…..She has not forgotten!Continue reading “Author News: Only If : part 2 – “processing…””

Poem: Scattered Words: Giving life to words

SCATTERED WORDS Piles of words, laid scattered on the floor, trying to make sense of the mess. They quizzically spelled out what seemed to be a simple confusion. Phrases that so easily fit together, now seemed complicated and conflicted. Thoughts rambled, and the words were like dust, hiding under a thick silent fog, although theContinue reading “Poem: Scattered Words: Giving life to words”